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Bovwabar 10, 1948 
SAC > Los Angeles 
J. Edgar Hoover, Director 

X J HIL BASIL GEORGE, S&# 
BIEOSEAH RECO¥£RX PROGRAM 


You are requested to conduct a thorough, discreet investigation con¬ 
cerning the character, reputation and loyalty of the above-named individual. It 
will be necessary to furnish leads to auxiliary offices by teletype, but teletype 
summaries to the Bureau are not desired. The original and two copies of the re¬ 
ports are required. 2 

Instructions contained in Bureau Bulletin No. 22, Series 194§‘9 dated 
April 10, 1948, should be followed in conducting, this investigation. 


This case is to be assigned immediately and reports of the completed 
investigation must be submitted Air Mail, Special Delivery, where proper, to 
rwh the Bureau hy ^ 194 *. 

Address* 646IT* 40 Plfcoe, Los Azoles, California* 

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Birth data* July 22 , 1923 # 

Birthplaces San Bernardino, California* 

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InelwJ* in your report a abatement that the Bureau advised you that a 
search of the, central files of the FBI has been made and no information 
of a derogatory nature concerning loyalty "which could be identified with 
applicant, eras found* 

Check CSC, IDA, IBAF and HGUA files* 


Mr. Tolaon_ 

Mr. E, A. TamaP 

Mr* Clegg_ 

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Mr. Harbo_ 

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Mr* Pennington^ 

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Mr. Nease_ 

Miss Gandy_ 


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PHIL BASIL GEORGE, JR. for the last two years and had met him when they were 
both members of SIGMA NU FRATERNITY. He indicated that they wejfeboth in the 
Air Force Reserves and that he was very closely associated with PHIL GEORGE 
while he was in school. DUNCAN described him as a very intelligent individual, 
conscientious and hard-working, very normal in every respect. DUNCAN stated 
PHIL GEORGE was a man of good morals and had a good reputation. DUNCAN stated 
that most of his associates were fellow-school friends as well as Fraternity 
Brothers. As far as he knew, he said that PHIL GEORGE'S loyalty was beyond 
question. 


Mr. LYNDON ROBB, Investment Broker with offices at 903 Fair Oaks, 
South Pasadena, stated that he was the Faculty Investigator for the SIGMA NU 
FRATERNITY and had known PHIL BASIL GEORGE, JR. during tie time that he was 
in school from the spring of 1946, to June 1948. ROBB stated that when 
PHIL GEORGE was first in school, he had resided at the Fraternity House but 
had later resided in a bachelor apartment on 40th Place. Although he was 
not intimately acquainted with the applicant, he said that he had never 
heard of anything which would reflect upon his character, loyalty or associates 
and stated that he recommended him for any position of trust and confidence. 

■ CREDIT 


The Retail Merchants Credit Association of Los Angeles reported 
no derogatory information concerning PHIL BASIL GEORGE, JR. 

CRIMINAL 


The Los Angeles Sheriff's Office, Los Angeles Police Department, 
San Bernardino Sheriff's Office and San Bernardino Police Department have 
no record of PHIL BASIL GEORGE, JR. 


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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


Form No. 1 BUREAU 

THIS CASE ORIGINATED AT 


124-1822 


REPORT MADE AT 


DATE WHEN MADE 


PERIOD FOR 


REPORT MADE BY 


WASHINGTON, D. C. 12-7-48 11-1^,1^17, GUY HOTIED* SAG AGMtdmh 


PHIL BASIL GEORGE, JR. 


CHARACTER OF CASE 


EUROPEAN RECOVERY PROGRAM 


synopsis of FACTSiService record set out. HA, IDAF, CSC, HCUA, negative. 

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REFERENCE: Bureau file No. 124-2038 0 1 

Bureau letter dated November 10, 1948 . UftA 

DETAILS: AT WASHINGTON. D. 0. ” ‘ 


Hie applicants Army officer and enlisted service record, ASN 
0-877151 and 19177741, respectively, shows that he was born July 22, 1923, 
at San Bernardino, California} entered service December 8, 1942, at San Diego 
State College, San Diego, California, as a Private, Enlisted Reserve Corps, , 
and was called to active duty on February 12, 1943* He was released from 
active duty on January 12, 1946, at Me Clallen Field, California, as a Second 
Lieutenant. His file reflected one efficiency rating of excellent. The 
applicant received an unsatisfactory academic rating because of his low 
standing in a course in electronics and cathode ray tubes at the Army Electronics 
Training Center, Harvard University. However, he subsequently served as an 
electronics officer. His record contained no derogatory information* 

Hie following records were checked with negative results: 

Intelligence Division of the Army 
Intelligence ^iyisiprx.of the Air Force 
Civil Service Commission 
House Committee “on. Un-American Activities 


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Y<FO 124-1322 

Ihe Bureau advised that a se^fch of the central files of the FBI has 
been trade and no information of a derogatory nature concerning loyally which 
could be identified with applicant was found* 


DEFERRED UPON COMPLETION TO IHE OFFICE OF ORIGIN 





FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


Form No. 1 

This case originated at BUREAU 


REPORT MADE AT 

DATE WHEN MADE 

SAN DIEGO 

11-30-48 


PERIOD FOR 
WHICH MADE 

11-17,18,22 


PHIL BASIL GEORGE, JR. 


FILE NO. . 


REPORT MADE BY 

ROBERT G. MOORS 


CHARACTER OF CASE 

EUROPEAN RECOVER? PROGRAM 


SYNOPSIS OF FACTS: 


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Education San Diego High School investigated 
and verified. Nothing derogatory. Employment 
at CONVAIR verified. Nothing derogatory. 
Neighborhood investigation conducted San Diego. 
Nothing derogatory. References LOUIS MAJOR, 
MALCOLM ROBBINS and LAWRENCE MAHR interviewed. 
Nothing derogatory. No credit or criminal record. 

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RBFERENCE* 




Bureau File 124-2038 

Bureau letter to Los Angeles, November 10, 1948, 


DETAILS? Education at San Diego High School investigated and verified. 

Mrs. MART HEKINGWAT, Registrar, advised that her records showed GEORGE 
entered January 31, 1938 from Horace Mann Junior High School and was 
graduated February 7, 1941. Mrs. HEMINGWAT advised that GEORGE’S academic 
record was above average and that he had majored in mathematics. He 
had nothing derogatory in his record. Birth data verified. 

Mr. HORACE KENNEDT, Head of the Mathematics Department, San 
Diego High School, advised he had had GEORGE in his classes and that he 

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considered him to be a person of good character, a loyal American citizen, 
and that he would recommend him for the position for which he was applying* 
KENNEDY stated that he knew nothing derogatory about GEORGE. 

Employment at CONSOLIDATED-VULTEB AIRCRAFT CORPORATION verified. 
Mrs. MILDRED REPPETO advised that their records showed GEORGE was employed 
by their firm from July 30, 1941 to September 8, 1942, as a Planning Clerk 
and on the latter date he secured leave of absence to,enter the military 
service. REPPETO advised that GEORGE was eligible for rehire and that there 
was nothing derogatory in his record. 

Neighborhood investigation conducted at San Diego. Nothing 
derogatory. 


Mrs. LOIS AULT, 3544 Tiilshire Terrace, a next-door-neighbor, 

• advised that she had lived next to GEORGE’S family since May of this year 
and that she considered them to be people of good character and loyal 
American citizens. AULT further advised that GEORGE’S parents run a 
restaurant in San Diego and that she believed his father had formerly been a 
Greek sailor. Mrs. AULT stated she considered both GEORGE and his parents to 
be loyal American citizens and that she knew nothing derogatory about them. 

Mrs. RICHERT, 3530 Wilshire Terrace, a next-door-neighbor of 
GEORGE’S, advised that she had known GEORGE and his parents for the past ten 
years and that she considered them to be people of good character and loyal 
American citizens* She stated that GEORGE'S parents ran a restaurant in San 
Diego and that they were very quiet people and good neighbors. Mrs. RICHERT 
advised that she knew nothing derogatory about either GEORGE or his parents. 

LOUIS MAJORS, a reference. Vice President for Hamilton’s Food Store, 

7th and C, San Diego, advised that he had known GEORGE and his parents for the 
past fifteen years and that he considered both GEORGE and his parents to be 
people of excellent character and loyal American citizens. Mr. MAJORS advised 
that GEORGE had worked part-time at Hamilton's from December, 1940 to July, 1941, 
in the Shipping and Delivery Department and that he had left their employment 
to return to school. Mr. MAJORS also stated that GEORGE’S father ran w Phil's 
Sandwich Shop” which was just across the street from Hamilton's and that 
GEORGE'S father had at one time worked for him. Mr. MAJORS stated that he 
would recommend GEORGE for any position for which he applied and that he knew 
nothing derogatory about him. 

MALCOLM ROBBINS, formerly of 1074 Cleveland, now located at 741 
Queenstown Court, Mission Beach, a reference, advised that he had known 
GEORGS for the past nine years and that he had gone to high school and San 


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Diego State College with him. Hr. ROBBINS stated he considered GEORGE to 
be a person of good character, a loyal American citizen, and that he knew 
nothing derogatory about him. 

Mr. ROBBINS advised GEORGE attended the University of Southern 
California, where he studied architecture. ROBBINS also stated that he knew 
GEORGES parents and considered them good, reputable citizens and loyal 
Americans. He stated they ran a cafe called ^Phil's Cafe” 1 • ROBBINS advised 
that GEORGE 1 s father was a Greek and that he knew nothing derogatory about 
either of GEORGE’S parents. 

LAViRENCE MAHR, home address 1504 Robinson, business address 
Reuther Company, Market and Flower Streets, advised that he had known GEORGE 
for the past ten years and that he had attended high school with him and 
considered him to be dependable, trustworthy, and a loyal American citizen. 
Mr. MAHR advised that GEORGE had entered the military service There he had 
become an Electronics Officer* He further stated that GEORGE had studied 
Architecture at the University of Southern California and that he would 
recommend him for any position for which he applied. MAHR advised that 
GEORGE’S parents run a restaurant in San Diego and that his father is Greek. 
He believed his mother to be Spanish. He said he considered GEORGE’S parents 
to be people of excellent character and that he knew nothing derogatory about 
them. 


Credit Check 

No record San Diego Merchants Credit Association. 

Criminal Check 

No record San Diego Sheriff's Office. 

At San Diego Police Department a PHIL BASIL GEORGE, JR. applied 
for a cab driver’s license on February 8, 1946. 


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P'uSCNAL AND OOI^IDTiiTIAL 
BY SF1CIAL HESSEKOBR 


December 8 , 19^8 

Hr. J. Walter Yeagley 

Director, Security and Investigation Division 

Economic Cooperation Administration 

Third Floor, Walker Building, 73k l£th Street, N.W. 

Washington, D* C. 

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PHIL BASIL GEORGE, JR. 

, i\ EUROPEAN RECOVERY PROGRAM ^ 

There are transmitted herewith the follpv/ing repgrts covoring the 
completed investigation conducted by this Bureau on the above-named person: 

to 

Report of Special Agent Chester C. Orton dated November 2l*> 19U8 
at Los Angeles, Calif. “ 

Report of Special Agent P.obert G. Moore dated November 30, I 9 I 4.8 
at San Diego, Calif. : 

Report of Special Agent in Charge Guy Hottel dated December 7, 19U8 
at Washington, D. 0* 


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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 


Form Xo. 1 __ 

THIS CASE ORIGINATED AT BUR&ATF 


REPORT MADE AT 

DATE WHEN MADE 

LOS ANGELES 

11/24/48 



PHIL BASIL GEORGE, JR. 


file no. 124-272 


REPORT MADE BY 

CHESTER C. ORTOIT 


CHARACTER OP CASE 

EUROPEAN RECOVERY PROGRAM 


SYNOPSIS OF FACTS: 


REFERENCE t 


Birth data verified. Attended USC, College of 
Architecture, March 1946, to June 1948. Was not 
graduated. Residence satisfactory. References 
recommend. Credit and criminal » no record* 

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Bureau Pile Ho* 124-2038* 

Bureau letter to Los Angeles dated November 10* 1948 - 

BIRTH DATA 


The records of the Bureau of Vital Statistics, San Bernardino 
County, at San Bernardino, California, reflect that PHIL BASIL GEORGE, JR* was 
born on July 22, 1923. His parents v/are listed as PHIL BASIL GEORGE and J03IB 
CASCB5E GEORGE. 

EDUCATION 

The records at the Registrar’s Office at the University of 
Southern California, Los Angeles, reflect that PHIL BASIL GEORGE, JR. attended 
the University from March 1946, to June 1948, as a full-time day student. During 
that period of time, he was enrolled in the College of Architecture* The applicant 
was not graduated. , , T - -.■<■■■-— ir -~ 


ARTHUR B. GALLIOH, Dean of the College of Architecture, advis ed , 
that he recalled PHIL BASIL GEORGS, JR. bub was not personally acquainted with ) 
him. He described him as an average student and he stated that he had never 
heard anything that would reflect upon his character, morals, reputation or 
loyalty to the tihited States. He stated that he did not know anything about the 



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applicant's associates* GALLION indicated that the applicant had never been 
the subject of any disciplinary action and that his conduct "while in the 
College of Architecture was exemplary* 

Mr. CALVIN STRAUB, Professor of Design at the College of Architecture, 
advised that he knew PHIL BASIL GEORGE, JR. quite well, having had him in a 
number of courses for the period of time that he was enrolled in the school. 

He indicated that while the applicant was at the University, that he lived by 
himself in a small bachelor apartment near the school and during the second 
year of his attendance was partially self-supporting, doing miscellaneous de¬ 
sign work for various independent architects. STRAUB could not recall the 
names of any of these architects* He advised that this practice was very common 
among architect students* STRAUB described the applicant as an intelligent 
individual who always participated in class-room discussions. STRAUB stated 
that he bejfcdeved him to be reliable and trust-worthy* From his association 
with PHILtGEORGE * JR** it was his opinion that he had good morals and high 
g-fr u'oH a'rfli/ anri a good code of ethics* He had never heard him say anything 
which wpmld in any way reflect upon his loyalty to this Government. STRAUB 
stated/that, as far as he knew, his associates were fellow-students and 
fraternity brothers of hie while he was studying at the University. 

/ RESIDENCE 

Mrs. J. S. STEWART, 644-1/2 West 40th Place, Los Angeles, advised 
that she had resided at this address for a number of years and had formerly been 
the Manager of the BUNGALOW COURT at this address* She indicated that PHIL 
BASIL GEORGE, JR. had resided at 646-1/4, West 40th Place, from some time in 
the summer of 1946 until June of 1948, when he left and his place was taken 
over by JACK DUNCAN, who was one of his closest friends. Mrs. STEWART stated 
that PHIL GEORGE was a good tenant, always paid the rent, minded his own 
bus ine ss and, as far as she knew, never became involved in any trouble. She 
stated that his conduct was good while at this residence* She advised that 
she believed him to be loyal and did not know anything derogatory concerning 
his associates. 

GILBERT BROWN, House Manager of the SIGMA NU FRATERNITY and BOB 
KING, another SIGMA NU, advised that they were both personally acquainted with 
the applicant and that for a short period of time in 1946, he had resided at 
the SIGMA NU FRATERNITY HOUSE at 625 West 28th Street. They recommended him 
highly as to character,•loyalty and associations* 

REFERENCES 

JACK DUNCAN, 646-1/4 West 40th Place, advised that he had known 




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MU conduct neighborhood investigation* in those localities where the 
applicant has been known to reside to determine the loyalty, character 
and reputation of the applicants Determine reputation and standing in 
community of immediate relatives through such sources as credit, agencies, 

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